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  • 5:19pm Nov 06, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    How Once-Reliable Voting Blocs Have Changed

    U.S. electoral demographics have drastically changed in the past few decades. Brookings Institution demographer William Frey provides analysis, along with NPR's Asma Khalid and Domenico Montanaro.
  • 5:19pm Nov 06, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    What's At Stake For Policy After The Election

    No matter who wins on Tuesday, the next president will be facing some big issues, and he or she may or may not have cooperation from Congress.
  • 5:19pm Nov 06, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    The Final 48 Hours Before Election Day

    In the last hours of campaigning, analysis of what to make of these final days of this long election season and what voters should be thinking about going forward.
  • 1:44pm Nov 06, 2016
    National National Music Politics & Government

    Here's Our Election Playlist. What's Yours?

    As we count down to Election Day, NPR staffers picked some songs that best express the 2016 Election. Now send us your picks, tweet @npratc or @NPRMichel with hashtag #Electionjams.
  • 5:11pm Nov 05, 2016
    National National Economy Politics & Government

    Analysts Blame Declining Financial Markets On Political News

    This year's unconventional presidential race has some stock analysts worried about unpredictable markets. NPR's Marilyn Geewax talks about why and how politics are roiling the financial markets.
  • 5:11pm Nov 05, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    Barbershop: Checking Back In On Voters Before The Election

    The Barbershop circles back with some of the voters from Cleveland and Philadelphia before the political conventions: Democrat Malcolm Kenyatta and Republicans Christian Pancake and Steve Herbik.
  • 5:11pm Nov 05, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    Fox News Anchor Apologizes For False Report

    Fox News's Bret Baier apologized Friday for his report that an indictment was "likely" to result from the FBI investigation of the Clinton Foundation. The gaffe is the latest in a rough year for Fox.